JIEL/SIEL/Oxford University Press Essay Deadline is February 14

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

JIEL/SIEL/Oxford University Press Essay Deadline is February 14

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The deadline for the 2019-2020 Essay Prize is 14 February 2020 – please click here for the submission form and further details.

The Society of International Economic Law, the Journal of International Economic Law, and Oxford University Press have jointly established the SIEL/JIEL/OUP Essay Prize to award the best essay submitted on any topic in any field of international economic law.

The competition is open annually to all current undergraduate and graduate students of any university or other tertiary education institution, and those who have graduated from a university or other tertiary education institution no earlier than five years before the submission deadline (this can include five years from PhD graduation). Co-authorship is permitted provided all authors meet the stated conditions. Members of the SIEL Executive Council may not submit entries. The essay must not have been previously published. Submissions shall not exceed 10,000 words and shall follow the JIEL style sheet.

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JIEL’s special issue on digital trade is out!

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

JIEL's special issue on digital trade is out!

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The Journal of International Economic Law's latest edition is out--offering papers presented at an academic conference on the sidelines of the WTO’s 11th Ministerial Conference, which was held in Buenos Aires in December 2017. Substantively, the Special Issue is clustered around two themes: first, a substantive theme focused on e-commerce and the digital economy and how trade rules could or should adapt to them; secondly, a process-based theme addressing how trade rules could be better improved and updated.  For more, see here.

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